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Still Having Fun

In May 2012, 28 world leaders flew to Chicago to attend the NATO Summit. The organizers gave the job of feeding...

The Tulsa Mayoral Race Heats Up

Candidates looking to challenge Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum are campaigning during a summer like no other.

Learn to Make Tiropita with Gina Michalopulos Kingsley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kbudKw_c0k

El Vallarta’s

Authentic Mexican restaurant and bar El Vallarta’s serves up traditional, mouthwatering cuisine that shouldn’t be missed. Start off with a dazzling...

How Oklahoman Are You?

 Beloved Tourist Hotspots Tourist spots are popular for a reason – they’re great! These include the Tulsa...

Bird’s the Word

Inspired by his grandmother, chef Marc Dunham loves making people happy through food. Fortunately, his current culinary journey has him doing...

Finance 101

Green by the Generation People who have saved and invested all their lives often find that retirement presents a...

How Oklahoman Are You?

 Beloved Tourist Hotspots Tourist spots are popular for a reason – they’re great! These include the Tulsa...

Excellence in Technology

Oklahoma is experiencing the rise of technology and software development companies, making the future bright ... and easier to navigate than in...

Sports in the COVID Era

By Stephen Hunt and Mary Willa Allen The Life of a Student...

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A Look Inside Wounded Knee

Before the 1973 siege at Wounded Knee, Native Americans had “to live the lie, and put their ‘Indian-ness’ away,” says Richard...

Master of All Trades

Sam Harris may be the ultimate show-biz hyphenate.  It’s hard to believe that some 37 years have passed...

Feathered Friends

For many, autumn means vibrant foliage and bonfires. For bird watchers, it brings opportunities to see avifauna not around in the...

Life on Canvas

Arising star in modern art, Catherine Freshley has painted hundreds of Oklahoma landscapes, and even after moving, continues to create from...

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Hitting the Open Road

Road trips aren’t just nostalgic this year ... they’re necessary. Due to pandemic-related travel restrictions, people are seeking close-to-home vacation spots...

A Fine Dining Renaissance

Photos by Nathan Harmon Downtown Tulsa’s Summit Club – perched on the top three floors of the...

Hook, Line and Sinker

Oklahomans are flocking to the state’s rivers, streams, lakes and ponds to try their luck at catching fish.

Ready to Bounce Back

Pauls Valley is a familiar rest stop on the bustling Interstate 35 between Oklahoma City and Dallas-Fort Worth. But those who...

Avoiding Muscle Cramps

Muscle cramps can range from being a slight ache to a piercing pain, and the cause of the discomfort can vary....

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Learn to Make Tiropita with Gina Michalopulos Kingsley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kbudKw_c0k

Savoy

The legendary Savoy began in 1918 with Greek immigrant Nick Kelamis. Four generations later and still going strong, the hotspot offers...

Red Rock Canyon Grill

With a casual, energetic ambiance, Redrock Canyon Grill offers a yummy mélange of American classics with a Southwestern flair. Start with...
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Pushing Through

As COVID continues to ebb and flow in the U.S., the film industry waits anxiously to measure the full impact. It’s...

A Smattering of Events

At the Gathering Place, you can bring out your inner sommelier at the Tulsa Beer and Wine Festival on Sept. 12, which...

A Farewell to Summer

On Sept. 7, Tulsa’s beloved Great Raft Race returns to the banks of the Arkansas River. Teams compete to create the best...

Bring It On

Whether you’re on the sidelines or watching from home, the cup overfloweth with sports options. Soccer continues through the...

A Packed September

You can enjoy a bevy of live and virtual performances this month.  Tulsa Symphony kicks off its season on...

Getting Back in the Groove

Join enthusiastic Oklahomans at a collection of community events in August. The Maker Faire at Tulsa’s Expo Square runs Aug. 29. The...